Professor Eva DuGoff is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Services Administration in the University of Maryland School of Public Health. She joins UMD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences from 2014 to 2017. Professor DuGoff received her PhD from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Health Services Research and Policy. She earned her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University and MPP from George Washington University.
Professor DuGoff’s research focuses primarily on the Medicare population and Medicare Advantage program. She is interested in the policy and organizational determinants of health care quality and health outcomes. Her research aims to identify opportunities for policymakers to improve health care delivery and health outcomes in the United States, especially for older adults with multiple chronic conditions and racial and ethnic minorities.
Professor DuGoff currently serves as the principal investigator on a Commonwealth Fund grant to understand the high needs segments in the Medicare Advantage program.
HLSA 775 - Public Health Research Methods
DuGoff EH, Stuart EA, Schuler, M. "Generalizing Propensity Score Results: Applying Matching Methods to Complex Survey Data” Health Services Research 2013 Jul; 48(4): 1227-1550.
DuGoff EH, Dy SM, Giovanetti E, Leff, B, Boyd, CM. "Setting Standards at the Forefront of Delivery System Reform: Aligning Care Coordination Quality Measures for Multiple Chronic Conditions” Journal of Healthcare Quality 2013 Sep;35(5): 58-69.
DuGoff EH, Canudas-Romo V, Buttorff CB, Leff B, Anderson GF. “Multiple Chronic Conditions and Life Expectancy: A Life Table Analysis” Medical Care 2014 Aug;52(8):688-94.
Pollack CE, Blackford AL, Schoenborn NL, Boyd CM, Peairs KS, DuGoff EH. “Comparing prognostic tools for cancer screening: Considerations for clinical practice and performance assessment” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, May 2016.
DuGoff EH, Bardeen-Roche K, Anderson GF. “Continuity of care and adverse outcomes relationship varies by number of chronic conditions among older adults with diabetes “ Journal of Comorbidity, June 2016;6(2):65-72.
Jung DH*, Palta M, Smith MA, Oliver T, DuGoff EH. “Examining the Impact of Pay for Performance on Health Disparities in the Medicare Advantage Program” Preventing Chronic Disease, 2016 Sep 8;13:E125.
DuGoff EH, Walden E, Ronk K, Palta M, Smith MA. “Can Claims Data Algorithms Identify a Patient’s Physician of Record?” Medical Care. 2017 Mar 21.